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Spring 2022

Good Systems Annual Symposium

Designing AI Technologies that Benefit Society

Join the Conversation to Shape the Future of Human-centered AI

As AI is increasingly integrated into our lives and jobs, Good Systems researchers at UT Austin are focused on defining, evaluating, and building ethical AI systems to benefit society. Join Good Systems for its annual symposium, taking place April 7-8 on the UT Austin campus.

Learn from experts across academia, industry, nonprofit, and public service sectors as we present our latest insights and identify the next steps in addressing pressing societal issues together. Dr. Milind Tambe, Gordon McKay Professor of Computer Science at Harvard University and Director of AI for Social Good at Google Research India, will give a keynote address exploring the global social impact of AI in public health and conservation. Good Systems’ core researchers will share their work in the areas of disinformation, racial justice, robotics, smart cities, smart tools and the future of work, and privacy and surveillance. Attendees will also have the opportunity to participate in a poster session, networking lunch, and more. 

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Join us for a keynote address by Dr. Milind Tambe, learn about the latest Good Systems research, and hear from expert panelists.

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